Category Archives: Other Information


SpotJobs


SpotJobs.com is Australia’s fastest-growing online job board, focusing on permanent and flexible employment opportunities.  Students looking for casual or part-time work are encouraged to spend some time searching this excellent resource.  Jobseekers can search and filter jobs by location and working conditions, including the time of day they would like to work and preferences such as […]

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Angliss Experiences – School Holiday Program


Spend a day out at Angliss, getting a taste of courses and careers in our speciality areas.  A catered lunch will be provided on the day! Spaces for the April sessions are strictly limited, so be sure to book in early.  Both sessions will take place at William Angliss Institute, 555 La Trobe Street in […]

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What is Land Surveying?


Interested in Geography, Maths, Science, IT and/or the outdoors?  Looking for a job that won’t tie you to a desk? Surveying is the measurement and mapping of our surrounding environment using mathematics and specialised technology.  Land surveyors are involved with a diverse variety of projects from land subdivision to tunnel building and major construction.   Importantly […]

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What does a Clinical Neuropsychologist do?


 A clinical neuropsychologist specialises in the assessing and diagnosing of brain impairment and how this affects thinking skills, emotions, behaviour and personality. These specialists are also involved in the rehabilitation and management of the effects of brain impairment and often work with other health professionals. To find out more about a career as a Clinical […]

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U.S. College Sports Information Session


In response to a growing interest in U.S. college sports the U.S. Consulate General Melbourne is pleased to announce that we are hosting Ms. Ashley Thornburg Associate Director from the Eligibility Center, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).  This free Information Session is for all interested Year 8 -12 students keen on learning more about – […]

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News from ANU


  New Pathways to study at ANU The Australian National University (ANU) recently introduced the following pathway programs to prepare students for entry into Bachelor-level study: Diploma of Creative Arts – pathways into the Bachelor of Design Diploma of Music – pathways into the Bachelor of Music Diploma of Science – pathways into the Bachelor […]

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Tax File Numbers


Any student will need at tax file number if he/she starts work (part-time and full-time) and all students planning on a tertiary education require one when they start. Importantly, current Year 12 students are reminded that they cannot enrol in a CSP (Commonwealth Support Place) course at university without a Tax File Number, so it […]

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Architecture, Construction & Surveying Courses in Victoria


Listed below are some single undergraduate degrees in architecture, building & construction, and surveying.  To find out about all architecture, building & construction, and surveying courses on offer (including double degree options) at both TAFEs and universities, visit VTAC.  Students are encouraged to explore pathway courses to these degrees.   INSTITUTION COURSE VCE PREREQUISITES 2017 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS […]

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Swinburne University


Swinburne is student-focused and aims at students being engaged in their learning; be exposed to innovative teaching, and given thorough preparation for the workforce Swinburne ranks in the top 3% of universities in the world – in the top 400 in the world, and since 2015, has been ranked in the Times Higher Education 100 Under […]

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Careers in Forensic Medicine


The Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine (VIFM) is hosting a Career Information Afternoon for students in Years 10 -12.  It is aimed at providing an insight into the various career options in forensic sciences.  Speakers include a forensic pathologist, forensic toxicologist, a mortuary technician, a physician from clinical forensic medicine, and a representative from the […]

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